A Halloween Perspective: Christians Should be Fully Convinced

To what degree Christians should take part in the surrounding culture can be a controversial subject. What one member of the body finds acceptable may be offensive to others and we won't always agree. In matters of opinion, that dynamic is not only to be expected, but it may even be Biblical (See Romans 14). …

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Discovering Life in the Abortion Debate: A Lesson From Mars

Astrobiologists have longed to discover life on Mars. They search diligently on that barren planet some 33 million miles from earth for any trace of organic material that might indicate an organism once lived there or lives there now. The finding of even one microscopic single-celled bacterium would surely send the most stoic of scientists …

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A Tragedy Continues: Sandy Hook, Suicide, and the Search for Evil

I can't imagine the pain of losing a child. It is one of my worst nightmares. That is why the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting of 2012 was particularly disturbing as it caused the seemingly senseless deaths of 26 people, 20 of them children. Last month I was saddened to hear that the tragedy continues …

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